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Waratek takes on SQL injections with new RASP approach

Maria Korolov | March 19, 2015
Companies looking to protect their Web applications from SQL injection attacks typically install a firewall in learning mode and train it to recognize attacks. It's not a perfect solution, but it's been the best available.

Today, it only works on applications that can run inside Java Virtual Machines, which is mainly Java but also a number of other languages, such as JPython and JRuby.

"In the future, we plan to apply the technology to .Net, which is similar to JVM," Maccaba said. "And the footprint of Java and .Net combined on the server side is about 90 percent for server-side applications."


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